Montecito Water District Seeks 20% Reduction in Customer Water Use
Prompted by statewide extreme drought conditions and an increase in customer usage.
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- Public Outreach Regarding Copper in Customer Tap WaterMontecito Water District is providing this update to customers regarding water quality and copper testing. Please click here for additional information and frequently asked questions and answers.
- Coronavirus (COVID 19) and Your Water
Our top priority to is to keep employees, partners, contractors and vendors safe and healthy so we can continue to serve our customers. We have adapted some business practices for pandemic prevention and response. Click here for more information.
- Quarterly Water Supply Update
Updated July, 2021. A summary report for the District, provided by the General Manager.
- Rainfall & Reservoir Data
- Sustainable Management of Montecito Groundwater Basin
Groundwater is a vital component of our local water supply. Click here to learn more about SGMA.
- Conservation is a California Way of Life
What does this mean for District residents? Keep track of usage with weekly meter reads and promptly address any water waste causes or concerns. Choose no or low-irrigation landscaping that is appropriate for Montecito’s natural environment and that can withstand cyclical droughts. Find more water saving tips here.
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- 2020 Annual Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report Now Available Online We no longer mail the annual report in an effort to reduce costs and environmental impacts. If you would like to receive a printed…
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- June 2021 Customer Mailing Click Images to Enlarge
- May 2021 Customer Mailing Annual Rate Increase to be reflected on August Invoice ; Drought and the Need for Voluntary Conservation
- MWD Highlights 2020: A Year in Review Click on the images above to enlarge or Click here to download PDF
- Here’s to the Next Fifty Years! City of Santa Barbara and Montecito Water District Sign Water Supply Agreement (SANTA BARBARA, CA – October 20, 2020) October 21, 2020 is National “Imagine a Day Without Water” Day. Here on the South Coast, it will…
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- Goal: 20% Reduction in Water Use
- REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FOR MAINTENANCE FACILITIES REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: The Montecito Water District (District) is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to provide architectural design services for the District's Maintenance Facilities Reconstruction…